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Kiwanian Creating Connections - 07/06/2017
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Good Sam Receives Significant Donation
Tucked in among the many warehouses in Garland is a supply warehouse that made Tuesday, June 27, a great day for Good Samaritans of Garland, Inc. by donating 17 pallets of food, clothing and hygiene items. Because the donation was so large and the donor was requesting immediate pickup, Pam Swendig, executiv e director at Good Samaritans, called Beth Dattomo at the city of Garland for help finding a place to deliver and sort the donated items. Dattomo reached out to Garland ISD who  offered the use of a large warehouse where the donated items could be sorted and held for distribution to 10 local service agencies.

Because of the efficient work of everyone...


Garland Student Receives $1500 Scholarship - 07/06/2017
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Congratulations to our very own Sophia Tran! She was the winner of a $1,000 scholarship to further her education at Texas Tech this fall. Good luck Sophia!

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GISD Key Clubs Recognized in Top 25 - 04/25/2017

2016-2017 Top 25 Clubs

Posted on Apr 25, 2017 in Secretary's Blog by 

Congratulations to the following clubs. Your service to your home, school, and communities have gotten you this far and will not be forgotten. Continue to do great things as we move into the 2017-2018 Key Club year. If you did not make the Top 25 this year, do not stress. New year equals a new beginning.

1st West Brook
2nd Jenks
3rd MacArthur
4th Port Neches-Groves
5th North Garland
6th Randall
7th Everman
8th Cypress Ranch
9th Mansfield Timberview
10th Mansfield
11th Cypress Woods
12th Burleson
13th Lawton
14th Weatherford
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Follow the Leader - Kiwanis Key Leader - 11/28/2016

THE POWER OF KEY LEADER TRANSFORMS STUDENTS INTO TOMORROW’S LEADERS.

Story by Curtis Billue • Photos by Allison V. Smith

It’s the day before the Garland, Texas, Independent School District-sponsored Key Leader camp, and a small group of high school students gathers in a circle for introductions. Some are confident and joking around. A few look nervously at their own name tags, while others are so shy and quiet that when they do talk they seem to almost choke on their words.

One young man introduces himself as Jorge, but then announces that everyone can call him George. He walks a fine line between shyness and confidence, not quite sure how much of himself to reveal to the others.

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Kiwanis Club to Host Mayor Douglas Athas - 12/08/2015

When:
Tuesday, December 8 at Noon

The Kiwanis Club of Garland will be hosting a holiday luncheon with Mayor Douglas Athas as guest speaker. Please join us to hear what is on the drawing board for Garland in 2016 and help out a worthwhile organization at the same time.

The Kiwanis Club of Garland’s local mission is to serve the students of GISD and their families. For this holiday luncheon we will be collection food for Good Samaritans. Please bring a donation to this meeting. The pantry is in need of the following items:

  • Canned Chicken, Tuna, Salmon
  • Canned Ravioli and Spaghetti
  • Pancake and Syrup
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Potato Sides/Instant Potatoes

In addition to providing informational...


Butterfly Garden at North Garland High School - 10/07/2015

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Today was a day for taking care of Monarch butterflies.  I spent the morning in the Garland Community Garden gathering needed materials for building five hugelkulturs on Tuesday. (Tuesday October 6 at the North Garland High School will be Stage Two for the installation of a special butterfly garden.  The time is 2:30 to 5:30 if you want to come help.)

What makes the installation of a Butterfly Garden at North Garland High School so special?

  • It may be the first butterfly garden at any Garland public school.  [If not, I’m sure to be corrected by my readers.]
  • It is almost definitely the first butterfly garden in the entire DFW area that is planted...

Ten Pounds of Fudge and 350 Cookies went to our to Garland Firemen on 9/11—thanks to Members of the North Garland High School Key Club. - 09/12/2015
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Ten Pounds of Fudge and 350 Cookies went to our to Garland Firemen on 9/11—thanks to Members of the North Garland High School Key Club.

Joel Blakley, teacher representative for the Key Club (back row left) and Charlie Bevilacqua, board member Loving Garland Green (back row second left) pose with some of the members of North Garland High School Key Club in front of a pile the cookie and fudge packages destined for Garland firemen on 9/11.  Other packages were already boxed and on their way to some of the Garland Fire Stations when this photo was taken.

Charlie and I had the honor on behalf of Loving Garland Green to assist members of North Garland High School Key Club in baking 350...